What Is Spagyric Processing?

what is spagyric processSpagyric (or Spagyria) is an English word that means ‘alchemy’. Alchemy is over 4 thousand years old and the practice is meant to purify and perfect objects.  How it relates to herbal medicine and remedies is through spagyrics. The spagyric process involves fermentation, extraction, purification, recombination and ending up with a raw tincture.

All of this is done without harsh chemicals, only organic alcohol and in vacuum so heat doesn’t destroy medicinal plant elements.

The premise behind spagyrics is 3 alchemical properties: Mercury, Salt & Sulfur. Let’s go into more detail into what they represent:

Mercury: the water element and life essence of the herb/plant and this is done through ethanol extraction.

Salt: the earth element and the mineral salts (see image above) extracted from the plant

Sulfur: the fire element and the oil essence of the plant.

How does hemp spagyric processing work?

(Below is a very simplified process, so please do not try to follow these instructions, as they may cause harm to you or someone else.)

After our ethanol extraction of the hemp plant material, is to take the leftover plant material and burn it to a white ash (Calcination) to extract the minerals and salts. Then it’s mixed with distilled water, filtered and evaporated to crystallize.

The last step is to take the raw hemp tincture and recombined with the crystallized mineral salts.  This product now contains all of the acids, oils, and minerals in a purified and concentrated form and it has become a spagyric whole plant full spectrum hemp extract. This makes the product more bioavailable and medicinally potent.

We then take this pure and raw complete full spectrum hemp extract and dilute it with fractionated coconut oil (so it doesn’t harden in colder temps) to create the desired potency.  We only create high potency hemp oil products as they provide the highest medicinal value.

The end product is now more potent and powerful than any other product on the market.

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